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Once Arlington’s ‘Little Saigon,’ Clarendon has become a pricey place to live

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood that once welcomed refugees hangs on to some traditions as housing prices soar.
  • 4 days ago

Lake Arbor in Prince George’s County prepares for change but remains tightknit

WHERE WE LIVE | A health-care hub is coming to a community that has always been a magnet for Black professionals.

Woodland Normanstone is a quiet enclave in a green, affluent corner of D.C.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington neighborhood has big houses, big prices and an international flavor.

Once slated to become an airport, Burke, Va., took off as a family-friendly suburb

WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax community is known for amenities and convenient commutes.

Silver Spring’s Woodside Park: An older suburb holds on to its pastoral vision

WHERE WE LIVE | The conveniently situated, parklike neighborhood lives up to its name.

In D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, the past lives with a glitzy new present

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood tries to remain diverse even as new housing, stores and restaurants proliferate.

In Alexandria, Landmark-Van Dorn looks to become more than ‘Condo Canyon’

WHERE WE LIVE | A mall redevelopment plan may bring a more walkable, vibrant community.

Wilde Lake, in Columbia, Md., where divisions fade and literature abides

WHERE WE LIVE | The village was the first of 10 built as part of James Rouse’s famed planned community.
  • Feb 24

D.C.’s Manor Park defined by a long-standing spirit of togetherness

WHERE WE LIVE | Neighborhood offers a village feel with plenty of city conveniences.

Arlington’s century-old Lyon Park holds on to its historical feel

WHERE WE LIVE | Close-knit community boasts eclectic architecture and an easy commute to D.C.

Lyttonsville, one of Montgomery’s oldest neighborhoods, braces for change

WHERE WE LIVE | Diverse area in west Silver Spring to be a stop on the Purple Line.

Once a rural village, D.C.’s Mount Pleasant now an ‘oasis in the city’

WHERE WE LIVE | The area at the edge of Rock Creek Park is known for its diversity and eclectic vibe.

In Great Falls, Va., a close-knit community surrounded by nature

WHERE WE LIVE | Along with parks, the area along the Potomac offers plenty of history.
  • Jan 20

Ijamsville may lack urban amenities but it makes up for it with history, golf and a thriving real estate market

WHERE WE LIVE | The sprawling community in Frederick County is home to farmers and affluent homeowners.

Woodridge is a quiet corner of Northeast D.C. that is close to all the city has to offer

WHERE WE LIVE | A neighborhood with varied, affordable housing awaits revitalization of its business corridor.

Sugarland Run: Trails, trees and much more in a pocket near the Potomac

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents say the eastern Loudoun enclave is affordable and conveniently located.
  • Dec 30

History endures as change comes to Rockville’s Lincoln Park neighborhood

WHERE WE LIVE | New development, affordable homes and green space in what was once a Black enclave.
  • Dec 9

In D.C., affordable Fort Lincoln still evokes its Great Society origins

WHERE WE LIVE | Seniors still thrive in the Northeast neighborhood as it welcomes new residents and businesses.

Lenox Place at Sunnyside: A small oasis of townhouses tucked away in Alexandria

Residents like the architecture, diversity, friendliness and convenience to so much nearby.

Near Gaithersburg, Orchard Valley is ‘a little slice of pleasant suburbia.’

The diverse neighborhood of townhouses and single-family homes is nestled near Seneca Creek State Park.
  • Nov 11
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